7 thoughts on “An Old Time Thanksgiving Classic

  1. I really loved this clip. Even though I don’t celebrate Thanksgiving due to being an Aussie, I still appreciate the humor. Cheers for sharing.

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    • We don’t actually celebrate it here (as a family) but the country does everywhere. I just do not see working a woman too death to provide a meal to people who mostly do not appreciate it. We just stay in, eat a sandwhich or something lite. Thank you for your comment.

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  2. Good to see you back, Don. Hope all is well with you. Wishing you and your family a wonderful and yummy Thanksgiving. :)

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    • What a pleasant surprise, good to see you too. Most everything is well with me, took a few months off to kind of rest after my operation and get my act together. Still have some ongoing issues, but that is life, you just deal with it. I check on you from time to time, ankle okay now … Man, that was a bummer huh?

      Take Care,
      Don

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    • Yes, life seems to give endless issues but like you said, you just deal with it. Now how good or bad you deal with it… I’m doing the best I can to deal with my broken ankle. It has been just three weeks and I am still unable to put weight on it. Getting around has been a challenge… fell down the stairs, tripping, and being stuck at home. But I’m dealing with it and I’m sure someday I will see the good reasons for having a broken ankle on my first day of vacation… :)

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  3. This is certainly one of my favorite “routines” from TV when it was “good” This has brought back many memories of other famous routines I’ve listened to or viewed at one time another. Red Skelton, Jack Benny, so many others. Whenever I see something that’s going to be shown that has the “out takes” can’t wait for them to come on !

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    • Hello Joey, good to see you well and amongst the living. Yes, that was when television was good, or at least that is how I perceived it to be. It is a funny spot, not much of that left today. Mostly sit-coms and canned laughter.

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